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are going to hear from renee a little bit later. in solidarity, we will drop our "g"s for the rest of the broadcast. >>> we will talk a little holiday shopping. you told us you hadn't really started yet. your focus is on tomorrow to do all your shopping. i was flipping through the papers. i have good ideas. i am in good shape. >> you are not alone >>> the great holiday getaway continues. lots of people heading out to get home for the holidays. we have a preview of what's in store on the rhodes and at the airports. >> it is going to be a rather quiet christmas we are told for will and kate, the prince and the dutchess have decided to do their own thing this year to break with the decades of royal family tradition. we will tell you how they plan to spend the holiday. >> we are going to show our skills in the kitchen from bonbons to beef wellington. we are making and sharing our favorite holiday dishes. i wonder whose will be the best and who came up with the lame excuse that the dog ate my bread. >> you are calling that an excuse? >> it sure sound like one. >> wait until you see the
. susan wiseberg, followed by brook turner, renee' currin. >> ma'am, choose the other microphone. >> my name is susan wiesberg, i'm a volunteer counselor at the san francisco tenants union and i hear time after time reports from tenants of harassment by their land lords in an attempt to get them out mostly from low rent apartments. but i wanted to tell you one story that happened the other day that was so outrageous that it has kept me up at night. there was a young woman, a single mother of a school age child, a woman who was poor, very poor, but she's working, she's in school and she's paid her rent regularly. she's never missed a rent payment. first of all her landlord tried to evict her on trumped-up charges. she fought that eviction and won. this was followed by a month or so later an announcement from the landlord that they wanted her to leave so that they could sell the building to someone else. she refused that. they demanded that she give them the keys to the place so they could pass the keys on to any new owner, which they didn't have yet. then they told her that they wer
thousands of dollars on the game show wheel of fortune until a slip of the tongue cost her everything. renee was on the show last week and had the answer to the word puddle. it was seven swans a-swimming but when renee gave her answer she mispronounced the last word leaving the g off, of swimming so she said "swimmin." the judges ruled it wrong and the opponent won but renee isn't upset. >> they have to protect against regional dialects and so i should have been more straight line in my enunciation of the phrase. i still watch the show every night. i still love it. i still support it. it's been great. but i don't harbor any grunges. >> she is not bit ber it that's good. former wheel contestants say before show tapings they are told answers must be read exactly to be connect. there's an online push to get her back on the show. see you at 5:00 and 6:00. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com ,,,, [ indistinct conversations ] >> pam: um, you don't think that maybe there's a few too many red ones? >> kristen: what? red is a great christmas color, pam. >> pam: okay. >> felicia
happening. renee is a proud mother of two young children who attend howard county public schools. she is concerned for their safety when they stepped into classrooms. it is an understandable response. >> something needs to be done. i hate to think of schools becoming a lock down, but i do not know. i do not know what measures need to be taking place, but i knew -- but i know something needs to be done. >> the mass killing of such young children prompted the formation of the task force. >> we will take a look at what we are doing very well and what we are doing better. the security of buildings and facilities to the broader security issues. >> the task force will focus on how parents, teachers, and staff can better identify students with health is used -- issues. >> there are common traits. one of them is people say, she was acting a little odd. it is getting the public comfortable with reporting and not feeling like they are stigmatizing people. >> renee feels some comfort knowing school security is becoming a top priority a few days after the unspeakable rampage in connecticut. >> if
years for the crime, which sounded just about right to renee napier, meghan's mom. >> i felt like our system had serve us well and justice had been served. i definitely felt that. >> reporter: but a few years later, a woman came forward and asked the judge to reduce eric's sentence in half. she claimed eric was truly sorry for what he had done and deserved leniency, and the judge obliged partly because of what she said but mostly because of who she was. do you realize what a gift you gave to this guy? >> i do. >> reporter: renee's 180 began with the single turn of a single phrase. first at sentencing and later in a letter, renee told eric she had forgiven him even though at the time she hadn't, not really. at trial, eric had actually been pretty defensive and unapologetic. >> i could hate him forever. and the world would tell me that i have a right to do that. but it's not going to do me any good, and it's not going to do him any good. i would grow old and bitter and angry and hateful. >> reporter: forgiveness is that important? >> if you want to heal. i think, in my opinion, forgiven
that just did not fit right with the host. here's abc's nick watt. >> reporter: renee durette was on a roll. >> i would like to solve. seven swans a swimmin'. >> yeah, that's -- i can't accept that. >> reporter: renee denied. because in those "12 days of christmas," the swans ain't swimmin' they're swimming -- with the "g." that one lost letter cost durette nearly $4,000. cue online outrage, was the brave-faced durette robbed? it has happened before. this couple on fox's "million dollar money drop" guessed post-it notes came before the walkman. wrong. they lost $800,000. "right," screamed the internet hordes. and fox admitted a research error and offered them another shot. season one of abc's "who wants to be a millionaire," this guy guessed huron is the second biggest great lake. computer said he was wrong. >> david, i'm sorry. it was lake michigan. >> reporter: it turned out, he was right. he came back for a do-over and went home with $125,000. game show gaffes are very, very rare. after the scandals of the 1950s when shows like "twenty one" were fixed to keep telegenic contestants in the
days ago was with a veteran named renee who was a veteran of the oss. i've interviewed almost 5,000 world war ii veterans, and renee's story was exceptional. he dropped into occupied france in may 1944, hit his radio -- hid his radio in a box of green beans on a train that was occupied by the gestapo. they set up a safehouse in france, and then they transmitted some of the most important intelligence of any oss agent for the sussex team, for a sussex team on troop movements, oil refineries, called in airstrikes. it's incredible. he also was able to rescue hundreds of downed airmen. about three months ago i got a call that rene was, add passed away. i had interviewed him at his house in 2002, and can's the first person -- and he was the first person that he had ever told this store about. his wife with was kind enough to give me some keach, and it was an incredible interview as he brought me pack in time. his son told me something very striking, that arlington had denied their request for burial, because at the time of the war he was a french citizen even though general eisenhowe
. >>> reporter renee marsh shows us more on how people are trying to get back to their lives, renee? >> reporter: pam, another difficult day in newtown connecticut and all week we'll see funeral after funeral and the next two children to be laid to rest will be charlotte helen bacon and jessica rekos, both were six years old. >> reporter: two more little victims will be laid to rest. on monday morning, they said a final goodbye to jack pinto. >> it was very sad, the hadn't -- family took it very hard. >> and then they began to say good toy noah pozner. >> i started to cry. >> monday supplies and equipment were moved to a school in a neighboring town where sandy hook elementary students will return to class. >> we are putting our arms around people. >> it's still unknown by the 22- year-old gunman did this. >> we know, in connecticut, the people of newtown want to know what happened and we are going to do that and provide them any and all information and we will paint a crystal clear picture as much as we possibly can. >> reporter: and now atf is focusing their attention on all gun ranges in this
at the elementary school died in that tragedy. renee marsh has more from newtown this morning. renee. >> reporter: 6-year-old charlotte bacon loved dresses and she loved school. jessica rekos loved horses and there's a -- they are the next two young victims who will be buried. the morning continues in newtown keck cut today two more little victims will be laid to rest. on monday mourners said a final good-bye to 6-year-old jack pinto. >> it was very sad. very sad. the family took it as hard as any parent would take it losing their first grader. >> reporter: and a large crowd showed up to say good-bye to 6- year-old noah pozner. >> i started to cry. i just -- it was very close to home. >> reporter: students in the area head back to school tuesday except for sandy hook elementary students. monday supplies and equipment were moved to a school in a neighboring town where sandy hook students will eventually return to class. >> that we need to lead with love and that's what i am seeing the community do. we are putting our arms around people. >> reporter: it's unknown why the 20-year-old gunman opened fire
. reporter rene marsh is in newtown this morning with a look at how people are coping following this just horrible tragedy. rene. >> reporter: hi pam. you know just a tough difficult day here in newtown, connecticut. once again. especially with the burying of the two little boys. both of them six years old. it was just yesterday that the president was here giving words of hope and encouragement to families who lost a loved one inside sandy hook elementary school on friday. the nation continues to mourn the lives lost in the connecticut school shooting. today the first funerals will be held for two sandy hook students. six-year-old jack pinto and six- year-old noah pozner. >> we'll never forget. never. >> reporter: on sunday more than 2,000 people came out for a memorial service to remember the 26 lives cut short after authorities say 20-year-old adam lanza shot his way into sandy hook elementary and opened fire. >> we offer you our tears and our pain. our anger and our sorrow. >> reporter: president obama traveled to newtown where he met with the families of the victims and spoke at the s
mass scoot shaling. reporter rene marsh is in newtown again this morning where the town is trying to cope as kids go back to school and they continue to search for a motive. rene. >> reporter: that is right. good morning. we saw the school buses on the road this morning heading back for day two of schools since the deadly school shooting here in newtown, connecticut. school will not be the same. the lesson plans will be all about love and safety. parents in newtown, connecticut have cautiously sent their children back to school with extra security and counselors on hand. >> i just naturally would love to keep my kids in a bubble but i know you can't live that way. >> reporter: the close knit community is forever changed because of those 20 children that will never return to class. the investigation continues into what sparked the shooting rampage. adam lanza left a smashed computer at his home but so far investigators have been unable to retrieve any data from it. toxicology texts are under way to determine if he had been taking any medications. >> i'm watching a sea of people lea
. >> yeah. renee durette was on the show last week and had the answer to the puzzle, seven swans a- swimming. but when she gave her answer, she mispronounced the last word leaving the g off the swimming so instead she said "swimmin." the judges ruled it a wrong answer and her opponent won but amazingly renee says she is not upset. >> they have to protect against regional dialects so i should have been more straight lined in my enunciation of the phrase. i still watch the show every night. i still love it. i still support it. it's been great. but i don't harbor any, you know, grudges. >> no bitterness there. former wheel contestants say before show tapings they are told answers must be read exactly as they appear to be considered correct. even if renee says she is okay with what happened there's already an online push to get the show to bring her back on and give her a second chance. >> she was robbed! >>> she was robbed! >> absolutely. >> i rarely watch wheel of fortune. i was watching that night and i remember looking over to my mother going, can you believe that?! captions by: caption co
funeral services will be held, renee? >> reporter: well, brian, charlotte is just six years old and she loves school as well as jessica, she loved horses and both of those two young girls will be the next to be buried today. >> in newtown, two more little victims will be laid to rest. on monday, mourners said a final goodbye to jack pinto. >> it was very sad, the family took it very -- as hard as any parent would take it losing their first grader. >> and a large crowd showed up to say goodbye to noah pozner. >> i started to cry because it is very close to home. >> students in the area headed back to school except for sandy hook elementary. they were moved to school in a neighborrerring town where students will eventually return to class. >> we are putting our arms around people. >> it is still unknown why the 20-year-old opened fire on this school. they are interviewing witnesses and looking at the shooter's home come pewter looking for answers. >> we know this town of newtown wants to know what happened and we will do that, we will provide them any and all information, and we will pain
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school. >> renee marsh in newtown >> today the first and will be held for to sandy hook students. 60 jack pinto and six your old noah posner. >> on sunday more than 2000 people came out for a memorial service to remember the 26 allies cut short after a 40 save 20 year-old adam landsa shot his way into sandy hook elementary and open fire. >> >> president obama traveled to new town where he met with them in the victims'. >> the portion of sadness that we can share with you to ease its heavy load we will gladly bear it. >> the president praised the community for pulling together and said more needs to be done to protect our children. >> these tragedies must spend. to end them we must change. >> for some lawmakers the shooting here in new town conn was a tipping point. senator dianne feinstein said she would introduce a bill to ban assault waweapons. >> as you heard renee mention gun-control is in the spotlight. on the sunday morning talk show meet the press. since turning feinstein . says she would introduce a legislation to get what she called weapons of war off of the street. >> the rights
. renee marsh is live in newtown where the community is getting ready to remember two of the very young victims. good morning, rene. >> reporter: good morning. perhaps a small step here but we just got an update, a small step to getting back to normal. all schools, closed today. but normal, schools in newtown, connecticut will reopen except for sandy hook elementary school. those students are still grieving after 20 of their classmates as well as six edge kateers from their school were shot and killed on friday. the nation continues to mourn the lives lost in the connecticut school shooting. today, the first funerals will be held for two sandy hook students. 6-year-old jack pinto and 6- year-old noah pozner. on sunday more than 2,000 people came out for a memorial service to remember the 26 lives cut short after authorities say 20-year-old adam lanza shot his way into sandy hook elementary and opened fire. >> we offer you our tears and our pain, our anger, and our sorrow. >> reporter: president obama traveled to newtown, where he met with the families of the victims and spoke at the ser
's received this award. he received it in 2008. apple's tim cook and yahoo's ceo received the award. >>> rene marsh is in newtown to describe new normal in newtown, connecticut for kids going back to school there and also what is slowing down the investigation. rene? >> reporter: yeah, dave, talk about the new normal, this morning, this the scene we saw. we saw yellow school buses on the main road that goes through this community but on that same road, we also saw a church. the parking lot at that church is filling up with mourners getting ready to bury yet another victim. parents in newtown, connecticut have cautiously sent their children back to school with extra security and counselors onhand. >> i just naturally would love to keep my kids in a bubble but i know you can't live that way. >> reporter: the close-knit community is forever changed because of those 20 children who will never return to class. the investigation continues into what sparked the shooting rampage. adam lanza left a sparked computer at his home but so far -- marked -- a smashed computer at his home. investigators have
on the deadly shooting. president obama is demanding action to keep children safe. rene marsh is live in connecticut with details on how some of the victims will be remembered today. rene. >> reporter: dave, we will start the first set of funerals for the victim's today. just last night the president here this is the front page of the local paper. you see the president his hands in that prayer position. he was pretty much playing the role of comforting and chief for all of those family members who lost loved ones inside sandy hook elementary school. the nation continues to mourn the lives lost in the connecticut school shooting. today the first funerals will be held for two sandy hook students. six-year-old jack pinto and six- year-old noah pozner. >> we'll never forget. never. >> reporter: on sunday more than 2,000 people came out for a memorial service to remember the 26 lives cut short after authorities say 20-year-old adam lanza shot his way into sandy hook elementary and opened fire. >> we offer you our tears and pain. our anger and our sorrow. >> reporter: president obama travel
this district were serious. renee burn is one of these teachers, she's a kindergarten teachers' aide, holly elementary school, and she knew some of the teachers at sandy hook elementary as well. her school was in lockdown a couple of hours following the shooting. renee, thank you for talking to us. take me inside your school and tell me how this day unfolded for you and when you ultimately found out why you were in lockdown. >> it started out as a normal day. we had our hol lay party scheduled for our kindergarten class which was scheduled to start about 10:15. and about 9:45, we heard the announcement that we were in lo lockdown. >> did you think this would be a drill? >> i knew it wasn't a drill because we had about 60 parents scheduled to come into the school for our celebration. and i knew there was something going on. but never, never thought it was anything like this. the last time we went into a lockdown was because there was something to do with a bank holdup in town and just as a matter of course they shut down the schools. >> when this happened, what did you do right away? >> we k
'll begin by taking roll. commissioner studley? >> here. >> commissioner liu? >> commissioner renee? >> present. all members of the commission being present, let's start with the agenda. public comment on matters appearing or not appearing on the agenda that are within the jurisdiction of the ethics commission. :good evening dale pillpa, just wanted to comment and perhaps inquire on the election season that has just concluded. i assume that the staff will be analyzing the effectiveness of the matching -- the public finance program and perhaps compiling a report and i'm just wondering what the thinking is on the timing for that? it's usually a few months down the road, but given the various things that happened this cycle, i believe it will be interesting to look at the numbers after the fact and maybe we can have some discussion at that time about the program and how it works given what we anticipated about a year-ago going into this cycle. i don't know if staff has an indication of when that mike be happening. >> a few months. >> thanks. next item on the agenda is discussion a
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of identifying the victims. renee marsh joins us now with the latest. >> the most common question is why. as residents came together at this visual friday night. law enforcement continue to piece together what happens. >> we know that this will be mass of and it is a big puzzle that we have to put together. at the center of the puzzle we have the 20 year-old who has been identified as the shooter. he had no known criminal record. he was dressed in black fatigue. >> he was always settle different. he kept hisself. i do not think you could say you could predict this. >> nowhere is this sadness more powerful than the small community. >> the press is waiting for a press conference to get under way. about 8:00 we are behind two hours here waiting for an update from law enforcement. they will shed light on what may have led up to this tragic event yesterday. >> the older brother of a suspect in the connecticut school shooting is out of police custodyofryan lanza, was quietly removed out of a police station in hoboken, new jersey last night. he was taken into custody for questioning. his apartm
elementary. >> we're expecting more fuel services to be held today. >> renee marsh live from new town with more on how the people there are coping. >> there the next two to be very today. >> the morning continues in new town conn. today to more little bit as will be laid to rest. >> on monday more said a final goodbye to six your old jack pinto. >> as hard as any parent would take it. losing a first grader. >> a. large crowd showed up to say goodbye to secure old noah pozner. >> students in the area head back to school except for sandy hook elementary students. >> monday, supplies and equipment were moved to a neighboring town where sandy hook students will eventually turn to class. >> we need to lead with love. >> that is what i am seeing our community do. >> it is unknown why the 20 year-old gunman opened fire at the elementary school. police are interviewing witnesses answers for every evidence. >> we know as investigators the people of new town want to know what happened. we are going to do that. we are going to provide any and all information. we will cut a crystal clear picture
's deadly shooting. renee marsh joins us from newtown where the funerals for the young ones continue this morning. >> reporter: yes, tori. this week will be a week of funerals sadly, one after the other. we know that today will be the third young child who will be buried. we're talking about 6-year-old jessica rekos. the morning continues in newtown, connecticut. today, another young victim will be laid to rest. on monday, mourners said a final goodbye to 6-year-old jack pinto. >> very sad. very sad. the family took -- as hard as any parent would take it, losing their first grader. >> reporter: and a large crowd showed up to say goodbye to noah pozner. >> i started to cry. very close to home. >> reporter: students back to school, except for sandy hook elementary. monday flies and equipment were moved to a school in a neighboring town where sandy hook students will eventually return to class. >> that we really need to lead with love. we're putting our arms people. >> reporter: it's still unknown by the 20-year-old opened fire at the elementary school. authorities are analyzing evidenc
republican -- rene marsh joins us live. >> reporter: you know the first thing that caught our attention this morning is that we saw several school buses on their way to the second day of school here in newtown since that deadly school shooting. school is very different here these days. parents have cautiously sent their kids back to school. the close knit community is forever changed because of those 20 children who will never return to class. the investigation continues into what sparked the shooting rampage. adam lanza left a smashed computer at his home but they have not been able to retrieve any data from it. within four hours two funerals were held yesterday. >> i'm watching a sea of people leaving a funeral for a child and another sea of people waiting at the side of the church trying to get in for the next funeral. it's really beyond words. >> reporter: teacher victoria soto will be laid to rest today and parents will bury more children. parents of grace mcdonald say they take comfort in the thought that her daughter is with her friends. >> i invision them holding hands and their
for the victims of the newtown, connecticut school shootings. rene marsh is in newtown, connecticut with the latest emotional details and also new information about the mother of the gunman. renee? >> reporter: well, dave, about an hour ago, we heard the sirens, then we saw the motorcade. it's one of the six funerals that will happen today. six victims were sandy hook elementary school will be laid to rest. that's the most funerals in one day so far. another day brings more heartbreaking funerals in a town trying to figure out just how to heal. >> the sandy hook teachers are really struggling, trying to get to as many as possible. >> reporter: thursday, more children, including 6-year- old's allison wyatt and katherine hubbard, will be laid to rest, along with dawn hochsstrung. they bid well to victoria soto yesterday. while simon is a family friend of soto's performed the sound of silence at her funeral. ♪ >> reporter: the tragedy has sparked national debate over gun control with president obama pledging to take action. a newly formed group, newtown united is advocating what it c
was renee mor victimales. should should haven't to suffer because pg&e is making a profit from this explosion. they're picking up as though nothing happened and business, as usual. >> pg&e will have to test nearly 800 miles of pipeline. it's a $2.2 kbrinl upgrade. p.u.c. decided customers will pay more than half, about $1.2 billion for new pipeline and valve. share shoulders picking up the rest, about $1 billion. >> this is about moving forward, building the safest natural gas infrom a structure in the nation that. is our goal, now pg&e's goal as well. >> this decision will raise average residential rates about $1 to $2 a month but leaders furious that the commission let pg&e continue to earn a profit from making improvement autoses. >> they blew up our town, and now, making 11% on improvements. >> pg&e owns state of california p.u.c. this, is an example of that. it's shameful they'd allow pg&e to profit from behaviors and negligence and in my opinion, their criminal activity. >> that does not vote to fund this plan today, we'll continue this work. rs also, our shareholders hav
to be bitter, but she's not. renee becoming a national sensation. the scrooges in this case, the judges on the game show "wheel of fortune." many say she was robbed of thousands of dollars because of a pronunciation technicality. >> $300. >> "s." >> yeah, four of them. >> all right. >> reporter: here it is one more time. >> "n." >> three "ns." >> reporter: renee is up. seven swans a swimming. >> i would like to solve. >> seven swans a swimmin'. >> that's not the -- >> swimming. >> let's go to the instant replay one more time. >> and there's a "g." >> i would like to solve. >> yep. >> seven swans a swimmin' -- >> yeah, that's -- >> swimming. >> can't accept that. >> i'm from florida. i think regionally, everybody has a little bit of their own, someone from new england will have a different type of speech than i do, being in the south. >> reporter: renee's been classy to the end. but the fans are angry. shame on you, wheel of fortune, to rob that lovely military woman on that technicality. sorry america, frigin' and frigging are two different words with two distinct pronunciations. this c
in staten island. congressman michael grim, austin scott, scott garrett, and congresswoman renee ellers helped gut and repair homes hit by superstorm sandy. great. congress has been requested $260 billion for aid. >>> i'm veronica de la cruz. this is "early today," your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning. we are starting out with some thick fog in some areas. take the time. the clouds will break it up later this morning. it will be pretty thick for the next few hours. a mixture of sun and clouds. a chance for some rain this afternoon. high temperature into the 60's. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the way into the weekend. >> 48 degrees at the airport. the battle of the beltway goes washington's way. >> a police officer is shot try to break up a fight. >> president obama meets with the top republican from congress. i am tracie potts in washington with an update on the fiscal cliff. >> we will up the yo [captioning made possible by constellation energ
. >> and renee marsh with more now on how the smalltown is honoring those who risked their lives and remembering those they lost. >> reporter: a quiet new england town is grieving this weekend as they continue to search for answers. >> i am also a teacher and i can't imagine going through what she went through. >> reporter: sarah said that her friend victoria is to, a first grade teacher, apparently died trying to protect her students. the names and ages of six adults and 20 children, ages six and seven, were released on saturday. one of those children is six- year-old emily parker. >> my daughter emily would be one of the first ones to be standing and giving her love and support to all of those victims. >> reporter: robbie parker described has daughter as bright, creative, and loving. also offering advice. >> as we move on from what happened here, what happened to so many people, let it not turn into something that defines us. something that inspires us to be better and be more compassionate and more humble peoples. >> reporter: the connecticut governor dan malloy echoed the sentiments. >> ther
to piece together a motive in last week's school shooting. reporter rene marsh is in newtown where kids are returning to school for a second day. she will tell us what is complicating the search. >> reporter: i want to paint a picture for you. on that main road that runs through this community, you'll have school buses on the way to the second day of school. along that same main road is a parking lot at a church that is filling up this morning as they get ready to bury yet another victim. parents in newtown, connecticut course usually sent their children back to school. the close knit community has forever changed. the investigation continues into what sparked the shooting rampage. adam lanza left a smashed computer at his home but so far investigators have been unable to retrieve any data from it. fox tests are under way -- toxicology tests are under way to see if he was receiving any medication. >> i'm watching a sea of people leaving a funeral for a child and another sea of people waiting at the side of the church trying to get in for the next funeral. >> reporter: teacher victoria s
children will be laid to rest into newtown one week after that deadly school shooting. renee has more and new details about the mother of the gunman, renee? >> reporter: that is right, torii, you know in just a matter of minutes, the first of three funerals will begin and a total of 6 victims will be laid to rest today. >> reporter: another day brings more heartbreaking funerals in a town trying to figure out how to heal. >> they are really struggling trying to -- struggling trying to get to as many as possible... >> reporter: allison and catalina long with the principal will be pure rid. and they are bidding farewell to victoria one of the teachers. paul simon was a family friend and performed the sound of silence at her funeral. wednesday night about 3,000 people gathered at western connecticut state university for attribute to newtown victims. it has sparked gun control with president barack obama pledging to take action. a newly formed group, newtown united is advocating sensible  gun legislation. >> if we don't follow their lead, we have failed them and their deaths are in vain
school shootings. they will lay to rest three more children who were killed nearly one week ago. renee talks about how victims were honored yesterday and new details about the mother of the gunman. good mornings renee. >> reporter: good morning, story. we will have a total of 6 funerals today including those three children you spoke about and really that is the most amount of funerals we have seen in one day so far here. the first set will start in just about a little over an hour from now and for the people who continue to ask the question, what was the motive, connecticut state police say it could be months before they issue their final report on this investigation. >> reporter: another day brings more heartbreaking funerals in a town that is trying to figure out just how to heal. >> teenagers are struggling trying to get to as many as possible. >> reporter: allison and the principal will be buried. thursday they bid farewell to victoria. paul simon who was a family friend performed the sound of silence at her funeral. >> wednesday night about 3,000 people gathered at western connect
of fortune. >> "n." >> three ns. >> renee can taste victory. she's got the winning answer. >> i'd like to solve. >> yep. >> seven swans a swimin'. >> or so she thought. even host pat say jack has to backtrack. >> seven swans a swimin' -- >> yeah, that's not. >> that's kind of how i speak, you know, being from florida and i had asked for the "g," so i knew it was there. >> judges said it violated the rules because it was spoken in vernacul vernacular. wheel of fortune hates southerners,. >> if you start to swing thele song it's seven swans a swimin'. >> do you know what happened there? >> no. >> definitely spun the tone of the show and the moments that i thought i had and i lost it and then it wound up costing me the show. >> well, the judges may be grinches, they didn't steal her christmas spirit. even if she sings it seven swans a swimin'. >> i had an absolute amazing experience. what kind of internet footprint i have. >> such a whirlwind i feel like i should be out, you know, whipping off a big hat. >> we reached out to the show's producers haven't received any response. other game s
of fortune." >> "n." >> three n's. >> reporter: renee durette can taste victory. she's got the winning answer. >> i'd like to solve. >> yep. >> seven swans a swimmin'. >> yeah, that's -- >> reporter: or so she thought even host pat sajak has to backtrack. listen again as she pronounces it. >> seven swans a swimmin'. >> yeah, that's not the -- >> that's kind of how i speak, you know, being from florida and i had asked for the "g," so i knew it was there. >> reporter: judges said the answer violated the rules because it was spoken in vernacular. the twitterverse lit up with outrage. "wheel of fortune" hates southerners. "wheel of fortune" game show cheated a contestant for not emphasizing the "g." >> if you start to swing the song, it's seven swans a swimmin'. >> do you know what happened there? >> no. >> definitely spun the tone of the show and the moments that i thought i had and i lost it and then it wound up costing me kind of the show. >> reporter: well, the judges may be grinches, they didn't steal her christmas spirit. even if she sings it seven swans a swimmin'. >> i had an absolute ama
of fortune until -- wait until you hear it -- a slip of the tongue cost her everything. >> renee was on the show last week and had the answer to the word puzzle. it was seven swans aswimming. when she gave her answer she misted pronounced the last word leaving the g off swimming so she said swimin. the judges ruled it a wrong answer and her opponent got the win but she says she is not upset. >> they have to protect against regional dialects so i have been have been more straight line in my enunciation the phrase. i still watch the show every night. i still love it and support it. it's been great. but i don't harbor any grudges. >> a little heartbreaking though. former wheel contestants say before show tapings they are told that answers must be read exactly as they appear to be considered correct. even if renee says she is okay about what happens, there is an online push to get her on the show and have another chance. >> it's obviously swimming. the g was already revealed. >> but they have strict rules. so if you don't say it right, then... >> wheel of fortune isn't the library of
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